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  1. (Nazis, Nazis and more Nazis) By: JimmiReaza and MireyaVictorio Germany During the Great Depression

  2. The Great Depression in Germany • Unemployment rates grew from 8.5% in 1929 29.9% in 1932 (6 million people out of work) • Blue Collar and White Collared works were affected

  3. NSDAP • One of the first Nazi party programs • Program appealed mainly to right wingers • They rejected the conditions of the Treaty of Versailles • Nationalist movements • Racist and Anti-Semitic

  4. Sturmabteilung (SA-Stormstoroppers) • Founded by the Nazi Party in 1920 • Was formed to protect the initates of the NSDAP and to constitute street violence • When Nazis came to power the SA gained more privileges to make arrest and to run concentration camps

  5. Storm Troppers cont.

  6. How Hitler rose to power • Born in 1889 in the Austrian town Brunau • Joined the NSDAP in 1919 • Was imprisoned for being the leader of the Munich Putsch • 1932 gained German nationality and the right to become Chancellor

  7. Hitler cont.

  8. The SS (Schutzstaffel) • Founded in 1925 as Hitler's body guards • First under the command of the SA, but Himmler promoted them as an elite group • In charge of Concentration camps and police work.

  9. Heinrich Himmler • Born in 1900 in Munich • Tookpart of theMunichPutsch • Joinedthe NSDAP in 1925 • Became head of the SS in 1925

  10. Heinrich Himmler

  11. Women’s role in Germany • Mother and son

  12. The Nuremburg Laws • Stripped Jews of Citizenship & Civil Liberties • Protective of selective breeding (Lebensborn) • Regarded as the “Law of Safeguard of German blood”

  13. Nuremburg Laws cont. • Prohibited Jewish-German marriage • Considered a Jew if the person had three Jewish grandparents • If you were married to a Jewish person your marriage would be annulled • Used the star of David to Identify Jews

  14. Acts of terror • Hitler’s attempt to illegally rise to power was the Munich Putsch • The Kristallnacht (Night of Broken Glass) • Final solution